Indoor Garden Climbing Plants
Eye-catching indoor gardens incorporate vertical elements. When you grow indoor garden climbing plants, you create visual interest by inviting the eye up. Indoor climbing plants can really brighten and cheer the indoors, bringing the outside into the home environment. Climbing plants need a support system when grown indoors, or you may place them up high so the foliage will cascade downward. Provide plants with a warm, sunny location and provide them with regular water to keep them healthy. Gently prune away dead and dying leaves to keep climbing plants looking good, and to prevent problems from spreading. There are several climbing plants that perfect for indoor garden. A tree ivy, is a cross of the Japanese fatsia and Irish ivy.
Its foliage strongly resembles that of ivy, and it is a climbing plant, but fatshedera also exhibits bushy, shrub like growth. When planted outdoors it will grow up, then back down, again and again to create a dense mat of foliage. The hedera, or ivy, plant family contains many species of climbing plants that may be grown indoors. Propagate ivy plants from cuttings. The wax plant, Hoya, when pinched back, wax plants will display bushy growth, but if they have support they become climbers. Wax plants go through normal winter dormancy even when grown indoors, so do not be alarmed when they die back in fall.